i've not promoted my own article recently in organization studies using practice theory that well, but better late than never. Its applicable for entrepreneurship but addressing a broad organization theory audience. The article is available open access at : http://journals.sagepub.com/doi/abs/10.1177/0170840617736939
Here's a brief summary:
In this article I bring together practice theory, organizational creativity and philosophy of imagination literature to argue that extraordinary levels of group creativity are achieved when people use and share their imaginations. At the heart of his theory lies the interplay between the primary and secondary imaginations.
The primary imagination explains our subconscious ability to blend and unify one’s immediate sensory experiences with memories. This allows one to perceive of something – sensed only fragmentarily – as full of possibility and emotionally meaningful.
The secondary imagination – as a continuation of the first – explains our conscious ability to perceive something not currently present. Through their recursive interplay with creative expressions (such as playing, presenting, drawing, designing, and so forth), groups jointly form and share images that helps them overcome initial differences of experiences and perceptions. Consequently, encouraging groups to use, share and incorporate one another’s imagination can lead to extraordinary outcomes.